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College Admissions Scandal: How Easy Is It to Fake Athletic Photos? | WSJ

As part of the largest college-admissions scam ever prosecuted, some parents allegedly paid others to create fake photos of their children as top athletes. WSJ finds out just how easy it is to manipulate photos by asking an expert to combine pictures of Tom Brady and Bradley Cooper.

Photos illustration: David Starr

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4 comments

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    That fake photo is still more reliable than Whiny Scam Jerks

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    Not so.easy for who ever did yours

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    My six year old cousin to do a better photo shop than that

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